Making Love – Is it Really the Same As Attraction?


Making Love – Is it Really the Same As Attraction?

Love is a complex group of behaviors and emotions characterized by intense intimacy, emotional bonding, romance, dedication, and devotion. It typically involves emotional intimacy, care, closeness, adoration, security, attraction, friendship, and sharing. Love varies greatly in intensity and will vary throughout time.

There are both biological and chemical factors that contribute to love. Hormones and neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine are responsible for the physical and mental responses to stimuli such as love, sexual desire, attachment, and intimacy. Hormone levels can be increased by substances such as testosterone and estrogen or they can decrease due to various environmental influences including stress, diet, depression, anxiety, fatigue, competition, and others. Dopamine is released in a pleasurable state and helps us feel good. When the brain’s circuits are activated by a reward, there is an increase in dopamine which gives us feelings of pleasure.

The other basic emotions include happiness, sadness, fear, anger, fear, satisfaction, hatred, envy, confidence, satisfaction, distress, dependence, affiliation, companionship, sympathy, affection, and communication. All these different emotions are commonly associated with love. Different people have different reactions to love, but all feelings have a positive effect on the person who experiences them and they can have a positive impact on the person in the relationship is formed with.

Individuals tend to develop their most intense emotions during childhood or adolescence. These are the years when hormones are increasing and developing, along with increased sexual activity, peer groupings, body image, and an increased self-image. These factors can lead to feelings of deep affection and romantic desire, which can be manifested in various ways. Individuals may spend much of their early years trying to get their needs met through the expression of affection and physical contact. They may exhibit compensatory behavior such as overeating, borrowing, stealing, lying, eating too much, and engaging in dangerous behaviors.

If you are looking for love in the form of reciprocation, it is the need for your partner to return the favor, or the need for someone to care for you and protect you and provide you with things you cannot do on your own, that will create the strongest emotional ties. As adults, we want a partner who is loyal, caring, empathetic, understanding, reliable, creative, attentive, and passionate about life and things that make life fun. If you want to make love and build a deeper emotional connection, you must find ways to express your feelings so that your partner can feel what you feel.

If lust was really the foundation of love, then everybody would be attracted to every man and woman with a lust for money, power, beauty, and sex. However, the fact is that love may be based on different things such as trust, friendship, attention, and caring. In general, however, love may be created in much the same way as lust.